San Diego Padres World Series Odds: Fernando Tatis Jr. Suspension Is Bad News

San Diego Padres World Series odds are up on all major US sportsbooks. While they aren’t seen as no-doubt contenders like the Los Angeles DodgersNew York Yankees, and Houston Astros the Padres are perhaps the most intriguing team in that next echelon of MLB World Series hopefuls.

The best Padres World Series odds come from Caesars Sportsbook, which gives San Diego +1600 odds to win it all. Again, the current favorites are the Yankees, Dodgers, and Astros.

Those odds shifted from a week ago, when Caesars listed the Padres at +1100. Why did the odds get longer? Blame it on Fernando Tatis Jr. and the revelation that the San Diego shortstop has been suspended for the remainder of the 2022 season due to violation of MLB’s banned substances.

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Padres World Series Odds Plummet After Tatis Suspension

Los Angeles Dodgers+370+310+325+360
New York Yankees+450+440+450+430
Houston Astros+450+380+400+400
New York Mets+500+500+500+475
San Diego Padres+1700+2000+1800+1600

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Padres Scramble to Earn Homefield Advantage for Playoffs

What can we expect from the Padres down the stretch as the team fights for a playoff spot? The team is only two games ahead of the St. Louis Cardinals for the third and final National League Wild Card slot.

Even with the acquisition of Juan Soto, the Padres are 4-8 in their past 12 games, and the lineup, which was supposed to make pitchers soil themselves, has been all or nothing. Three times since Soto started wearing the brown-and-yellow, the Padres have been shut out, and half their runs in the past 10 games came in two games that featured 10-plus-run outbursts.

Who are the Padres? How will the clubhouse respond to the shocking news that their All-Star shortstop will not play again until next May because he used a banned substance while rehabbing in the Dominican Republic?

READ MORE: Here Are 10 Reasons Why the Padres Can Win the World Series

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    Padres Schedule, Aug. 17-21

    • Wednesday, Aug. 17: San Diego at Miami
    • Thursday, Aug. 18: Washington at San Diego
    • Friday, Aug. 19: Washington at San Diego
    • Saturday, Aug. 20: Washington at San Diego
    • Sunday, Aug. 21: Washington at San Diego

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      How often are World Series odds updated?

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      Dan Holmes

      Dan Holmes is a writer and contributor for California Casinos with plenty of experience under his belt. Dan has written three books about sports and previously worked for the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Major League Baseball. Currently, Dan is residing in Michigan with his family.